Translate text to pictures
This feature involves automatically translating text into pictures that convey the same meaning as the text. This feature can be helpful to young children, people with cognitive disabilities, and others with literacy problems as an aid to written text or as a universal language.
Discussion by Disabilities
Cognitive, Language, Learning Disabilities & Low Literacy
This feature helps users to understand text without necessarily understanding all of the written words – images can serve as a supplement to words or as a simple universal language to portray ideas.
Related Research and Papers
- Easy as ABC? Facilitating pictorial communication via semantically enhanced layout – Andrew B. Goldberg, Xiaojin Zhu, Charles R. Dyer, Mohamed Eldawy, and Lijie Heng (2008).
- Electronic usage of BLISS symbols – University of Veszprém, Hungary. N Sándor, G Várady, A Szalmás, C Sik-Lányi and Z Kálmán. (2002)
- An Adaptive and Predictive Environment to Support Augmentation and Alternative Communication – Nicola Gatti, Matteo Matteucci, Licia Sbattella (2003).
- A platform model for symbol based communication services- Željka Car, Marin Vuković, Ivan Vučak, Jesenka Pibernik, Jurica Dolić
- Production of graphic symbol sentences by individuals with aphasia: Efficacy of a computer-based augmentative and alternative communication intervention- Rajinder Koul, Melinda Corwin, Summer Hayes
- Evaluation of Mainstream Tablet Devices for Symbol Based AAC Communication- Jurica Dolic, Jesenka Pibernik, Josip Bota
- Augmentative and alternative communication options for children with developmental apraxia of speech: three case studies- Gary Cumley, Susan Swanson